Located at 7914 Rawlings Road the Forest Industrial Park is a 55.7- acre fully serviced industrial property located in Lambton Shores. The municipally owned site is strategically established along Highway 21 in the community of Forest, only an 11-minute drive to provincial Highway 402 and in proximity to Sarnia, London, Windsor, and the US border. The town of Forest is a major service centre for the surrounding community, as well as a central commercial area, and home to a cluster of agriculture and industrial manufacturing companies. An additional 32-acres to the west of the property makes up the remainder of the Forest Industrial Park and may be available for development.
- LOT SIZE:
- 55.7 acre
- Full municipal services
- 494 metres
- 330 metres
- CURRENT USE:
- FOR SALE
- Electricity is supplied by Hydro One which offers a stable and cost competitive service to the Forest Industrial Park. Hydro One provides a 27.6 KV service on the east side of Rawlings Road (Highway 21) immediate adjacent to the site which is suitable for industrial or commercial use. The Forest Jura DS F2 feeder has approximately 3.5 MW of additional load which may be available to the site following a distribution assessment. Capacity is not reserved.
- NATURAL GAS
- Enbridge Gas Ltd operates existing gas mains in the area, including an existing 4” natural gas pipeline along Rawlings Road (Highway 21). This pipeline is currently rated to operate up to a maximum operating pressure of 420 kPag. Enbridge Gas Ltd. provides abundant and affordable natural gas supplies throughout the area with extensive transmission & distribution systems.
- The site is serviceable by a 200 mm sanitary sewer located 70 metres from the site along Enterprise Drive.
- Water services are provided by the municipality with water sourced via the Lambton Area Water Supply System. There are existing 200 mm watermains located 40 metres from the site along Enterprise Drive.
- Eastlink telecommunication servicing is available to the site at Rawlings Road and Enterprise Drive. This is a hybrid fibre coax design that allows Eastlink to provide high speed internet, phone, and TV services to service business and industrial needs.
The Forest Industrial Park is optimally zoned to encourage and support a wide
range of development opportunities including industrial and light industrial uses,
warehousing, and wholesaling. Additionally, agricultural processing or servicing and
contracting business locations are permitted and would complement the community
of Forest. Alongside these permitted uses, the strategic advantages of operating
in Lambton Shores affords businesses opportunity with plenty of room for growth
The Forest Industrial Park is zoned to permit:
a) Auction hall
b) Commercial recreation establishment
c) Building or contracting establishment
d) Commercial storage
e) Dry cleaning depot or establishment
f) Grain elevator
g) Industrial use
h) Light Industrial Use
i) Motor vehicle repair, washing, service
j) Public garage or parking lot
k) Repair and rental establishment
l) Service trade
m) Truck transport terminal
o) Wholesale establishment
The Forest Industrial Park extends along the east side of provincially regulated Highway 21 (Rawlings Road). The site provides quick access to Highway 402 (13 km) and the Canada/US border (48 km). Rail, ship, and air logistics opportunities are in near proximity to the site with the capabilities of accommodating most industrial needs.
Highway 402. . . . . . . 13 km
Blue Water Bridge. . . 48 km
CN Rail. . . . . . . . . . . 20 km
Sarnia Harbour. . . . . 10 km
Sarnia-Lambton is uniquely located on major road, rail, water, air, & pipeline corridors to ensure a smooth flow of inputs and end-products from supplier to customer.
Road – Highway 402 connects Sarnia-Lambton to the Ontario 400-series highway system, and the Blue Water Bridge border crossing links to U.S. Interstates, I-69 and I-94.
Rail – The regional rail infrastructure is impressive with Canadian National (CN) and CSX Transportation operating mainline Class 1 rail service and connections to the international St. Clair Rail Tunnel, and VIP Rail providing the transloading of goods and products.
Water – Sarnia-Lambton is located on the St. Clair River, allowing ships to access the St. Lawrence Seaway System and the Atlantic Ocean, while docking at Sarnia Harbour.
Air – Sarnia-Lambton is well serviced by several regional & international airports capable of delivering goods & people to any location in the world.
• Lakeside Grain & Feed • Forest Agri Services • Hensall Co-op
• The Shores Recreation Centre • Rogue Auto and Marine • Corma Inc.
• M&R Industrial Services Ltd. • Lambton Shores Municipal Offices
SARNIA LAMBTON ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP
Matthew Slotwinski – Senior Economic Development Officer
email@example.com | sarnialambton.on.ca | +1 519-332-1820
MUNICIPALITY OF LAMBTON SHORES
Stephen McAuley – Chief Administrative Officer
lambtonshores.ca | +1 519-243-1400